Tag Away: This Pain-Free Way to Remove Skin Tags Reviewed

by Virtual Exhibit on August 18, 2012

Do you have annoying, embarrassing skin tags? Are you tired of hiding them or dealing with the pain, bleeding, and scarring that comes from clipping them off? Well, you don’t have to deal with them anymore. There’s a solution to your problem that’s safe, pain-free, all natural and, best of all, it works.

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What are skin tags?
Skin tags are small, benign flaps of skin that can grow anywhere on the body. They are thought to be caused by friction and frequently grow in areas where skin rubs together or in areas where other objects or clothing frequently rub against the skin. They are not tumors and rarely develop into skin cancer. There is no medical reason to remove skin tags unless irritation develops.

Though frustrating and annoying, skin tags are not harmful and are perfectly safe to remove by yourself. They are not contagious, and removing the skin tags won’t cause more skin tags to grow. It’s possible to develop additional skin tags, but the new skin tags will not be the result of the removal of previous skin tags.

Until now, the only way to remove skin tags was to freeze them off, burn them off, remove them with the use of harsh chemical treatments, or cut them off. All painful methods that can leave scars behind. Why resort to such drastic, painful measures when there’s an easy, all-natural, chemical-free way to remove them? The answer? No reason at all. Try Tag Away and get rid of those unsightly skin tags today.

What is Tag Away?
It is a homeopathic, topical skin tag remover. Its special, all-natural formula is made from natural plant extracts and contains the active ingredient Thuja occidentalis, which is known all over the world for its amazing medicinal properties, particularly for removing growths on the skin. Tag Away is effective, yet gentle on the skin because it contains no harsh chemicals or other irritants.

Thuja occidentalis is an evergreen coniferous tree native to the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. Also known as White Cedar, it was an important part of traditional Ojibwe medicine and was one of the four plants found on the Ojibwe medicine wheel. Prepared in soups or teas and taken internally, the essential oil of Thuja was used to treat a variety of medical issues from constipation to headache. Beginning in the 19th century, Thuja was marketed as an ointment for the treatment of a wide variety of skin conditions, including warts, ringworm, thrush, and skin tags.

Now this powerful, all-natural remedy is available for your use as a convenient, cost-effective way to treat annoying skin tags.

How does it work?
Tag Away comes in liquid form and is applied to the skin tag up to three times per day. Gradually, over the course of three to eight weeks, the skin tag will dry up and fall off without any pain or scarring. For best results, the skin tag and surrounding area should be thoroughly cleaned with warm soapy water before applying. This will allow the ingredients to penetrate the skin more effectively, which will help to speed up the results. Simply follow the steps below and watch your skin tags disappear.

  1. Wash skin tag and surrounding area with warm soapy water.
  2. Towel dry.
  3. Dip a clean cotton swab into the solution and apply directly to skin tag, being sure to rub completely into the skin.
  4. Repeat three times a day until skin tag begins to dry up.
  5. Stop treatment and watch for the skin tag dry up and fall off.

For some people, three to six weeks seems like a long time to wait. After all, having the tag removed by a doctor or cutting it off yourself brings immediate results. However, those quick methods frequently involve pain and bleeding and, in many cases, leave a scar. With Tag Away, you trade a bit of time and patience for a pain-free, no scar result.

Pros and cons in a nutshell

Pros:

  • All natural
  • No harsh chemicals
  • No pain
  • No bleeding
  • No scarring
  • No harsh side effects
  • Works on all skin types
  • Cost effective
  • HPUS Approved

Cons:

  •  Must be applied daily until the tag begins to dry up.
  • Takes three to eight weeks
  • Only approved for skin tags

What are the costs and risks?
Good news! The cost of trying Tag Away is minimal and there is no risk.

  • $19.99 plus $9.95 for shipping per order – a fraction of the cost of a doctor’s visit.
  • Buy one bottle and get a second bottle free.
  • A 30-day money-back guarantee on every order.

You have nothing to lose but your skin tags. If you don’t like the product or it doesn’t work for you, simply return it and get your money back.

How long will it take to arrive?
When you place your order, it usually takes from 24 to 48 hours for customer service to process and confirm your order. After that, it can take from 3 to 6 weeks for your order to arrive. Unfortunately, Tag Away is only available within the Continental United States.

Should you give Tag Away a try?
Yes! There’s no reason to put up with unsightly skin tags any longer, and you don’t have to resort to expensive, painful methods to remove them either. This method is a simple, safe, all-natural way to eliminate your skin tags and doesn’t cost a fortune. Ordering is risk-free. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

You Can Visit the Official Tag Away Site Here

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Joe Warsecke September 21, 2012 at 4:45 pm

Can Tag Away be used on an eye lid?

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Virtual Exhibit January 22, 2013 at 8:48 pm

I don’t see why not. I would be careful not to get the solution in your eye however.

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